A Taste of the Philippines - Chi
Super Great For
- Family Events
- Huge Events
- Corporate Catering
Handmade eggrolls served with homemade sweet and sour suace, your choice of pork or tofu
Ube Waffle Sandwich
Ube waffles sanwich with eggs, longaniza (Filipino pork) drizzled with macapuno maple syrup.
Chicken simmered in soy sauce and vinegar with garlic served with rice. A Filipino food staple.
Chicken Coconut Milk (GF)
Chicken simmered in coconut milk with ginger, garlic, and bamboo shoots served with rice.
Rice noodles with onions, garlic, cabbage, carrots, and green beans with your choice of meat
Pan-fried pork belly glazed with sweet and savory sauce
Stir-fried onions, garlic, cabbage, carrots, green and red bell peppers, and broccoli
Bistek Tagalog (Beef Tips)
Tender top round beef simmered in lemon juice and soy sauce with onions served with rice.
Cubed pork or oxtail in homemade peanut sauce with eggplants, cabbage, and green beans
Meat with potato, carrots, chili peppers, green and red bell peppers, onions, and garlic with tomato sauce
Blackened, crusted tilapia drizzled in our homemade sweet and sour sauce with green and red bell peppers
Sweet & Chili Basil Chicken
Chicken marinated, simmered, and glazed in our homemade sweet and chili sauce
A fried banana served original-style, with nutella, or with ice cream
About A Taste of the Philippines - Chi
A Taste of the Philippines is giving Chicago, well, a taste of the Philippines. A food truck that's committed to importing authenticity at every turn, they're using traditional spices and seasonings in recipes passed down over generations to curb your hunger on the curb.
At A Taste of the Phillipines, they're utilizing locally sourced products mixed in with authentic Filipino ingredients that only add to that fresh flavor. Here, they're out to put the Philippines on the map by offering up the country's signature dishes, featuring all the flavor they could muster up. And it shows. You're getting treated to classic dishes including chicken adobo marinated in soy sauce, garlic and a touch of vinegar, as well as pancit, Tagalog bistek and gunulayang: vegetable stir fry customizable with your choice of tofu, chicken or shrimp. But no bonafide Filipino menu would be complete without lumpia, offering a crispy start to your savory meal. If all this sounds good to you, why wait? Find A Taste of the Philippines on the streets of Chicago and beyond, or book 'em to cater your next event. It's time you try something new for a change, and they've got just the stuff.
Pork Tocino - this irresistible specialty includes pork belly marinated in home made tocino sauce with sauteed red and green peppers
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